Tuesday, October 30, 2012
NSTAR reports that some customers have lost power due to Hurricane Sandy.
Update: As of 6 a.m. Tuesday morning, NSTAR reports there are still 754 Medfield customers (or 15.71 percent) without power. Do you have power? More than one-third of Medfield's NSTAR customers were without power when they went to bed Monday night. As of late Monday evening, 1,826 (or 38 percent) of Medfield's NSTAR 4,799 customers were without power. NSTAR's has been maintaining an outage map for those customers affected by Hurricane Sandy. The list shows the total number of NSTAR customers in each town; the reported number of NSTAR customers without power; and the percentage of NSTAR customers reported without power. According to the map, a total of 139,184 (or 12 percent) of NSTAR's 1,151,085 Massachusetts customers were without …
Share your photos of Hurricane Sandy.
Wow, that wind was incredible! It knocked down trees, limbs, power lines and more. Depending on where you live or work, your storm experience migh have different than that of your friend who lives across town. Let's pool our collective experiences through photographs here on Medfield Patch and tell the story of this storm together. You don't have to be in the middle of the storm to take a picture. We're even interested in seeing the view from your window. Share your photos and videos of Hurricane Sandy by adding them to this article. Just click the "Upload Your Photos and Videos" button under this photo and show us what's happening (or happened) near you. If you have any questions, contact editor Theresa Knapp or call/text 774-773-5879…
Approximately 1,200 contract personnel from as far away as Texas and the Midwest are assisting NSTAR’s 3,000 employees in their efforts.
As Hurricane Sandy began to impact Massachusetts late Monday morning, NSTAR crews and contractors began their response to outages across the region. The company was bracing for significant damage and power outages as the storm moved across the area. In advance of the storm’s arrival, the company opened its emergency operations center this morning and staffed its regional work centers across the state. Approximately 1,200 contract personnel from as far away as Texas and the Midwest are assisting NSTAR’s 3,000 employees in their efforts. These crews are already hard at work and will remain at the ready as the storm progresses. NSTAR’s call center is fully staffed and ready to field customer calls. If a customer loses power, it is …
Monday, October 29, 2012
Use caution traversing Medfield today.
Traffic lights are out and trees are down all around town, please use caution. This is what we've learned so far. If you hear or see of any updates, tell us in the comments below. Business updates: Receive updates to this story and other breaking news in your inbox or smartphone by signing up for our newsletter here